Considered the king of Italian wines, Barolo is made from the grape variety called Nebbiolo in the Piedmont region of Italy. The grape is behind the top-quality red wines of the region and Nebbiolo wines are distinguished by their strong tannins, high acidity and distinctive scent. While rooted in the tradition of the Langhe, Angelo Gaja recognizes the Nebbiolo grape’s inherent flexibility that allows it to bend to the market desire for both oak-driven and tannic styles.
This red wine is full bodied, high in tannic, acidity and alcohol. The palate is fresh and juicy with a mouth-filling texture. Balanced, smooth, deceptively powerful and nuanced, Gaja’s DagromisBarolo allows Barolo lovers to enjoy Gaja’s artistry at a relatively affordable price. Black and red cherry comes across as big, ripe and dense, but also very firm. Very fresh notes of blood orange, bitter orange, tangerine and dark red fruits are intermingled with fresh earth, anise seed and herb.